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  • Biofueled futures : governance and imaginaries of an emerging bio-economy
  • Biofuel ; Economy ; Energy ; Energy policy ; Europe ; Governance ; India ; Land use ; South Africa ; Sustainable development ; United Kingdom
  • Dans cette partie consacrée à l'avenir des bio-carburants, on trouvera les articles suivants : 1-UK biofuel policy: envisaging sustainable biofuels, shaping institutions and futures ; 2-Burning desires: untangling and interpreting ‘pro-poor’ biofuel
  • policy processes in India and South Africa ; 3-Science in carbon economies: debating what counts in US biofuel governance ; 4-Biofuels and the politics of land-use change: tracing the interactions of discourse and place in European policy making ; 5
  • -The evolutionary dynamics of biofuel value chains: from unipolar and government-driven to multipolar governance.
  • Biofuels and renewable energy
  • Biofuel ; Biomass energy ; Energy ; Renewable energy
  • The eight articles deal with global biomass use and the environmental impacts of biofuels ; the role of oil palm in Indonesia’s rural development ; the transition to second generation biofuels in the United States ; the renewable energy sources
  • and biofuels (the case of Ethanol in Brazil) ; a chance for rural development in Madagascar with foreign investment in Jatropha production ; boon and bane of China’s “white gold”, the history, environmental consequences and socio-economic implications of Yunnan
  • Biofuels : Die globale Renaissance der Kraftstoffe vom Acker
  • Fuel gained from agricultural crop land (biofuels) experiences a global renaissance due to political interventions. Therewith, policy reacts on problems of climate protection and security of supply in the transportation sector. Biofuels offer
  • an approach which might lead to conflicts of goals for promotion of biofuels. An economical and ecological optimization and certification appears to be necessary in order to avoid negative impacts. - (IfL)
  • Constructing sustainable biofuels : governance of the emerging biofuel economy
  • Agricultural land use ; Biofuel ; Energy ; Environment ; Europe ; European Union ; Governance ; Legislation ; Non-governmental organization ; Regulation ; Role of the State ; Sustainable development ; United States of America ; Wasteland
  • Sustainable biofuels and the Global South. Themed issue
  • Agricultural cooperative ; Biofuel ; Certification ; Environmental management ; Governance ; Land grabbing ; Livelihood ; Oilpalm ; Political ecology ; Rural development ; Social justice ; Sustainability ; Sustainable development
  • Assembling national biofuel development in the European Union - a comparison of Finland and Sweden
  • Assemblage ; Bioenergy ; Biofuel ; Energy ; European Union ; Finland ; Governance ; Policy ; Role of the State ; Scale ; Sweden
  • Biofuel ; Brazil ; Energy ; Energy policy ; Farmer ; Governance ; Social policy
  • The article deals with Brazilian biofuel production, biodiesel, social fuel, small farmers and credible politics. The paper discusses about the credibility of biodiesel policy of Brazilian governance, the implementation of the aims with integration
  • Biofuels and the politics of mapmaking
  • Biofuel ; Conflict ; Industry ; Land rights ; Land use ; Legislation ; Oilpalm ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Rural community ; Tanzania ; Thematic mapping
  • Biofuel ; China ; Coal ; Energy ; Energy reserve ; Natural gas ; Nuclear energy ; Oil ; Pipe-line ; Renewable energy ; Security
  • Air traffic ; Biofuel ; Globalization ; Oil ; Transport
  • Agriculture ; Andhra Pradesh ; Bioenergy ; Biofuel ; Cultivated plants ; Decision making process ; Energy ; India ; Social geography ; Woman
  • Agroindustry ; Bioenergy ; Biofuel ; Brazil ; Energy ; Sugar cane ; Value chain
  • Agroindustry ; Bioenergy ; Biofuel ; Brazil ; Energy ; Public policy ; Sugar cane
  • Agricultural resources ; Biofuel ; Biomass ; Canada ; Electricity ; Energy ; Energy policy ; Forest resources ; Ontario ; Regional analysis ; Regional economy ; Transport
  • Biofuel ; Development ; Firm strategy ; Gender ; Globalization ; Governance ; Labour ; Livelihood ; Production network
  • Africa ; Agriculture ; Biofuel ; Energy ; European Union ; Food
  • South Africa is characterised by a mix of air pollution problems associated with urban-industrial activities and the domestic use of biofuels, both of which have negative human health risks. Based on empirical data it is shown that it is of critical
  • Bioenergy ; Biofuel ; Brazil ; Energy ; Industrial firm ; Innovation ; Network ; Regional development ; São Paulo ; Technology
  • Biofuel ; Biogeochemistry ; Carbon ; Carbon sequestration ; Grassland ; Japan ; Kyushu ; Phytolith ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Volcanic soil
  • Agricultural land use ; Agricultural production ; Agriculture ; Arable land ; Biofuel ; Brazil ; Cluster ; Food production ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial distribution ; Spatial variation